Does anyone have current information on how drillers/pipeline companies are compensating landowners, as in amount per foot or rod, and whether it's ongoing or a one time payment? I'll soon be looking over a lease offer that's being drafted now and I'm looking for something to compare to. If it's a one time payment (and I've read some $ amounts like $15 linear foot, but the posting was old) but the pipeline owner has an indefinite easement and access that portion of your property, that…Continue
Added by HilltopHome on February 25, 2014 at 2:29pm — No Comments
By Keith Mauck
Nearly every day there’s a new story about government intrusion into the lives and conversations of American citizens, but one particularly troublesome example has received scant attention. It is the release of personal information belonging to 80,000 ranchers and farmers—including addresses, phone numbers and email addresses—given to environmental groups by the Environmental…Continue
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Technology-focused private equity firm invests in the growth of leading oil and gas information management platform provider
DENVER & HOUSTON--…Continue
Added by Oildex on February 24, 2014 at 10:08am — No Comments
Is 12 acres of land in the wet gas zone of wetzel county worth holding onto or should I sell my royalties
By Davis Powell and Daniel Simpson
with SHALETRAK ONLINE Royalty Management Software
ShaleTrak often works with owners who are new to the process of receiving revenue from oil and gas production. Below are a few basic tips to help oil and gas royalty owners with the management process:…Continue
Coastal Petroleum Corporation (affiliates Slc Energy,LLC) has applied for
an oil and gas permit 049-25426 for Tercho #1 (780791).
Members of SLC Energy drilled Adameck#1 in Greenfield Twsp, Erie County, Pa. and has said it leased another 2,000 acres in Greenfield, Venango and Greene Twsp.,Erie County,Pa.
Added by george m vietze on February 13, 2014 at 10:29am — No Comments
Northeastern Shale Joint Venture
We are an oil and gas company in a joint venture with a mid-level operator with extensive, successful drilling operations in the northeast Marcellus. We are seeking to work with a single landowner or group of landowners who can form a drilling unit. The individual or group must meet the following criteria:
1. Landowners must NOT be under existing oil & gas leases.
2. The size of the proposed unit must be at least 400 acres. Up to 1200…Continue
Added by Dana Silkiss on February 6, 2014 at 11:40am — No Comments
Are mineral rights a income taxable
Added by richard perry on February 6, 2014 at 10:42am — No Comments